Patricia S. Muir

Affiliations: 
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 
Area:
Botany Biology, Ecology Biology, Biostatistics Biology
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Grant Cottam grad student 1984 UW Madison (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Gray EC, Muir PS. (2013) Does kochia prostrata spread from seeded sites? An evaluation from Southwestern Idaho, USA Rangeland Ecology and Management. 66: 191-203
Duren OC, Muir PS, Hosten PE. (2012) Vegetation change from the Euro-American settlement era to the present in relation to environment and disturbance in southwest Oregon Northwest Science. 86: 310-328
Gilligan LA, Muir PS. (2011) Stand structures of Oregon white oak woodlands, regeneration, and their relationships to the environment in southwestern Oregon Northwest Science. 85: 141-158
Duren OC, Muir PS. (2010) Does fuels management accomplish restoration in southwest Oregon, USA, chaparral? Insights from age structure Fire Ecology. 6: 76-96
Perchemlides KA, Muir PS, Hosten PE. (2008) Responses of chaparral and oak woodland plant communities to fuel-reduction thinning in southwestern Oregon Rangeland Ecology and Management. 61: 98-109
Peck JE, Muir PS. (2007) Conservation management of the mixed species nontimber forest product of "moss" - Are they harvesting what we think they're harvesting? Biodiversity and Conservation. 16: 2031-2043
Muir PS, Rambo TR, Kimmerer RW, et al. (2006) Influence of overstory removal on growth of epiphytic mosses and lichens in western Oregon. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America. 16: 1207-21
Muir PS, Norman KN, Sikes KG. (2006) Quantity and value of commercial moss harvest from forests of the Pacific Northwest and Appalachian regions of the U.S Bryologist. 109: 197-214
Lindh BC, Muir PS. (2004) Understory vegetation in young Douglas-fir forests: Does thinning help restore old-growth composition? Forest Ecology and Management. 192: 285-296
Menke CA, Muir PS. (2004) Patterns and influences of exotic species invasion into the grassland habitat of the threatened plant Silene spaldingii Natural Areas Journal. 24: 119-128
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